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A Walnut longcase clock

Maker:  Joseph Knibb

Description: 

A Walnut longcase clock, the striking movement by Joseph Knibb, with gilt metal dial and silvered chapter ring, the ormolu spandrels cast and chased with cupids mask and scrolling foliage, in plain walnut case with turned column supports to the hood, the broken scroll cresting carved with rosettes and foliage centring on a shell 6ft. 4in. high Circa 1685, the dial signed Joseph Knibb Londinie Fecit.

ID:  5924

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Wiltshire

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